Samantha Prahalis scored 28 points and flirted with a triple-double and Tayler Hill's high-bouncing 3-pointer led Ohio State past LSU 77-68 on Sunday night.
Tayler Hill scored 15 points, including a basket that broke a tie in the final minute, and No. 7 Ohio State used a fake timeout to steal a three-point play in a 59-55 win over LSU on Wednesday night.
Can Kentucky's A'dia Mathies avoid a sophomore slump? She's one of our top players to keep an eye on as 2010-11 progresses.
UConn and Stanford each put two players on our preseason All-America first and second teams.
Three out of four ESPN.com contributors picked Candace Parker over Maya Moore for player of the year. But both players earned several nods in our end-of-the-year selections.
Though the front-runners in both the SEC and Big Ten tournaments are no surprise, the conference tournaments remain very compelling as teams get one last chance to prove they deserve an NCAA bid.
Sylvia Fowles scored 18 points and grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds to carry ninth-ranked LSU to a 75-51 victory against No. 5 Ohio State on Sunday.
The majority of so-called "big games" haven't turned out to be very interesting so far this season. But perhaps OSU-LSU on Sunday could change the course.
North Carolina led the final AP women's basketball poll, receiving all 46 first-place votes from a national media panel.
UNC, which has been No. 1 for three of the past five weeks, finished the season atop the poll, with 30 first-place votes for 774 points. Ohio State (28-2) received the other first-place vote and had 731 points.
Make no mistake, UNC deserves the label of tournament favorite. But there are a host of challengers capable of making life at the top unpleasant.
Marscilla Packer must keep hitting from outside to open up the paint for Jessica Davenport and Ohio State.
Bowling Green joined The Associated Press women's basketball poll at No. 24, the Falcons' first appearance in 12 years.
North Carolina returned to the top of The Associated Press women's basketball poll, just two weeks after surrendering the program's first No. 1 ranking.
Tennessee made its 500th appearance in The Associated Press women's basketball poll, the first school to reach that figure. Duke, meanwhile, tightened its grip on No. 1.
Duke chopped a couple points off Tennessee's lead and North Carolina bumped LSU from the No. 3 spot it had held all season in The AP women's basketball poll.